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By Michael Quinten
Filling the distance for an outline of the optical houses of small debris with sizes below a thousand nm and to supply a entire review at the spectral habit of nanoparticulate topic, this is often the main updated reference at the optical physics of nanoparticle structures. the writer, knowledgeable within the box with either educational and business adventure, concentrates at the linear optical houses, elastic gentle scattering and absorption of unmarried nanoparticles and on reflectance and transmittance of nanoparticle subject.
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The thickness of the sample). In this case it is also simple to relate N/V with the ﬁlling factor f and the single particle volume VT: N/V = f/VT. 22) We already assumed that scattering plays a certain role in the optical properties of nanoparticle composites. Indeed, scattering is the essential parameter to distinguish between various concepts on different levels of approximation. The key parameter for classiﬁcation is the parameter d/λ, where d is the linear dimension of typical structural elements and λ is the wavelength of the radiation in the sample.
Schönauer and Kreibig  introduced the additional parameter • compactness S = B/(NA – 1), where B is the number of all close connections between all neighboring particles within the aggregate. The larger the value of 13 14 2 Nanoparticle Systems and Experimental Optical Observables S, the more compact is an aggregate. For example, S = 1 for the linear chain aggregate, S = 3 or 6 for the close-packed extended two- or three-dimensional aggregate, and, by extra deﬁnition, S = 0 for the single particle.
25) ε|| is used for longitudinal ﬁelds D and E (K is parallel to D and E), for example, for a moving electron, while ε⊥ is used for transverse ﬁelds (K is perpendicular to D and E). Hence ε⊥(K, ω) is the linear response function for the interaction of light with extended matter. However, so far, it is not possible to calculate ε⊥(K, ω) from ﬁrst principles. On the other hand, it can be shown that for K → 0 – this is valid for electromagnetic radiation1) – ε||(K → 0, ω) fully describes the interaction of light with matter.